Doylestown Intelligencer in Doylestown, Pennsylvania 13 Aug 1980
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Daily Intelligencer, The (Newspaper) - August 13, 1980, Doylestown, PennsylvaniaPhil s Edge cubs behind Schmidt s homers Sec photo on Page 19 is Western military muscle see overview photo on Page 7 a Bounty of recipes for a Zucchini Harvest Sec emphasis on Page i aucust13 1980 Best buy in the Bucks Mont 25 h sea of supporters sen. Edward Kennedy Points from the podium at the democratic Conven Tion to a sea of signs supporting his nomination for president. Kennedy called for party Unity tuesday night and predicted a democratic Victory in november s election million shop Center planned along 611 bypass at route 313 by Ramon g. Mcleod intelligencer staff writer a million shopping Center is being planned for a 12 i acre tract at the Northwestern Corner of the intersection of route 313 and the route 611 bypass in Doylestown township. According to Robert z partner in the William Gassel co inc. Of the firm wants to build a shopping Center contain ing a major food Market and eight or 10 Small retail stores. He said the company has an agreement of Sale for the property with the estates of Lucy b. Kreibel and Charles and Harriet Riehel. He would not disclose the Purchase once of the land. The site is located in a Section of Doylestown township that is zoned for limited Industrial use. Gassel s company this week submitted a petition to the township zoning hear ing Board for zoning reclassification to commercial use which permits shopping centers. Plans for the Center have not been formally but it has been Learned that the stores will occupy about Square feet. Gassel said the design of the Center has not been pending completion of sales agreements with the current land owners and commitments from potential tenants. Gassel said the company has developed and owns eight shopping centers of similar size in the Tri state area and said most of those complexes Are strip Type centers on major highways. He said that Aerial View of the site of proposed shopping looking South assuming the Sale is completed construction of the Center could with the current owners and the begin As Early As next Spring zoning change the earliest a hearing on the Zon ing change can be scheduled is next month within a a mile radius of the proposed Center is the Doylestown shopping the East Street shopping and the heavily commercial Cross keys Section of Doylestown township the northeastern Corner of the intersection of inn route 611 bypass and Roule 313 is the 40-acre site of the proposed Cross keys mall in Plumstead township planned As an enclosed mall. The j10 million project is designed to include at least 40 Small retail shops and two major department stores the Cross keys project has received All the necessary changes in zoning required by the but the East Bay development corp been unable to obtain sewer connection permits due to a june 1979 ban on new sewer connections to the Chalfon new Britain treat ment facility which serves the area sewer permits could also be a problem for the Gassel according to Diane m a Doylestown township supervisor in an interview tuesday. Mrs Hering said the which was imposed by the state department of environmental resources due to overloading of the sewage would have to be lifted for the Gassel firm to obtain connections to the Public sewer system pleasant Manor rejects Bucks offer by Hal Marcovitz intelligencer staff writer the Board of directors of pleasant Manor has rejected an offer of from Bucks which would have aided in the financing of room and Board for 27 mentally retarded adults who have been ordered to vacate the facility. Some of the 25 women and two men have been jiving at the Point pleasant school for the mentally retarded for As Long As 15 years. While at the school the adults were placed in a program which allowed them to work while still receiving services. Earlier this year the state determined the individuals could not stay in pleasant Manor and As employees since july 1 the adults have been living at pleasant Manor on their savings and social Security Bene fits. Celeste director of the adults program at pleasant said some of the clients will be out of Money by the fall. Mrs. Murphy said the which would have been 13 67 per Day per would be far from enough to sustain the clients. She estimated that it would take at least 913.50 per Day per client to keep them at pleasant Manor. If a vocational program were provided for she that would be an additional 131 per Day per client. The was intended As funding of she said Eugene p. Fiscal officer for the county mental health mental retardation said the county offered because that was what pleasant Manor had requested. Colangecco said the funds were intended a an interim until further financing could be found. Was an attempt to keep the people he said. Mrs. Murphy said pleasant Manor asked for the because it was thought additional social Security funds could be received. She the social Security Money come through the was she because the Board Felt a method of financing which would guarantee the clients expenses should be instead of an interim measure can t let these people stay Here with no solution in sight the Board of pleasant Manor made the a moral she if funding can t be found for the she other arrange ments for their care will have to be made. Pleasant Manor is currently contacting the families of some of the residents to see if they will accept she said. She pleasant Manor is searching for other mental retardation facilities with vacancies. Kennedy stirs wins on platform new York president Carter arrived in Triumph today to claim Renom and immediately set about to woo the Kennedy Wing of the democratic party whose reticence about his candidacy Clouds his efforts to win re election to cheers of More and strains of Days Are Here Carter told support ers that sen Edward m Kennedy s tuesday night convention speech was of the greatest i Ever and expressed Confidence that the party would emerge United to the in no vember. Carter came from Washington on the Day after the convention adopted a platform bearing Kennedy s stamp. His principle political mis Sion was to coax a Strong endorse ment from Kennedy in an attempt to convert the senator s Many of whom were threatening to sit out the Campaign or even Boll to the Independent candidacy of John Anderson. Carter aides hoped to arrange a meeting Between the president and but Carter said he did t know yet if or when that might occur. Spoke to him last night and congratulated him on a wonderful the president said of who dropped out of the race monday night after losing the crucial rules vote on an Kennedy has caused the Carter forces a Little trouble Here following the fight the senator s speech on the platform prompted the convention to adopt his positions and repudiate Carter s on the the equal rights amendment and abortion asked about Kennedy s support tuesday night As he returned to the while House from five Days at the presidential Retreat at Camp my Carler replied thai s u. Iii Lulu la and does he need Hal he was asked can win much belter with Carler replied would certainly be beneficial for me to have his full support during the Campaign there were some that nol All Kennedy s supporters would go along Ullh a Kennedy endorsement Kennedy s Deputy Campaign former Wisconsin gov pal re signed As a Delegate and said he would consider supporting inde pendent candidate John Anderson a machinists Union official paid some members who arc delegated would walk out during Carter s acceptance speech to proles the presidents economic policies As for in an impassioned speech that electrified Cove Nylon s tuesday he called for a party a Mclory in fall but offered no direct endorsement of Carter after that the Cove Nylon was momentarily his but it was a shallow a Mclory for the Massachusetts his presidential bid rejected and his c h Hiil i n silent Carter is in option h d Vii ii tin on Page major platform Plank spurned by Carter labor Secretary Ray Marshall said Carter would formally notify the convention today he cannot accept a Plank calling for a billion Federal program to create 800.000 jobs. That plunk was the one on which Kennedy chose to focus his fight renew the commitment of the democratic party to econom ice Uslyce asked Why Carler was unwilling to accept the Plank. While House press Secretary Jody Powell can t imagine senator Kennedy would the president Over night to change the poll Lon which he has held throughout this Long Campaign i would think tin Bena Lor and the american people would i Hank less of the president if he see fight on Page 2 dissension still exists by Hanky Stoffer intelligencer Harrisburg Bureau new York Demor Rath remain politically and despite sen Edward m Kennedy s culls for Unity in the parly can l go along Ullh Teddy on backing said Ron Vellon Delegate Edward Meghan of warmly ser a labor . Bald he will Tell people to support All demo Cralli candidates ept preside no Jimmy Carter who thought Kennedy should nol have dropped bid for the i nomination Mon was still working Tuch Day to see if there was any Poh Sybll Ity of finding a third like. Rep Morris k Udall of Arizona he also plans to in a possible walkout by labor delegates tonight Mehari he May support Independent John Anderson for president similarly bitter is another file congressional District Eleanor Reed of churn Hville she said she is resigning As a democratic Corurn Lutei woman and will support All democratic candidates sex real curler and vice Preh Lenl Waller Moriale. The Derno rate Dele wanted a Republic in and got a. an Fin she. Hal i despite her Bill Termun. Mth Reed Bald the in pleased Hal Kennedy economic proposal made a part of the demo rally platform Mary Stevens a car tar Delegate from said set on Page 2 Good afternoon partly sunny partly Rio indy tonight upper is Lolow 70s partly sunny and humid thursday of a Shower or highs to Sunrise thursday 6 Sunflat h 04 comp ctr on 10 Noticia Movin obit trim sports Community Community Alt noon Sylvia to Ili Tingi 34 10 1923 17 34 Duil i accounting 345-3004 Legal advertising circulation 345-3020 news room classified advertising 345-3010 newsroom information 345 3097 3453050 343-6130
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